(a) The Secretary of Conservation and Natural Resources shall certify to the respective
counties, school districts, and townships throughout the Commonwealth, in which such
lands are located, the number of acres owned by the Commonwealth and the United States
Government in each county, school district, or township, upon application of the treasurer
or township supervisors of any of the said counties, school districts, or townships,
and the charge against the same; and shall furthermore certify to the State Treasurer
the number of acres as aforesaid, and the charge against the same in favor of the
respective counties, school districts and townships.
(b) (1) The State Treasurer shall, upon requisition of the Secretary of Conservation
and Natural Resources, pay to the several counties, school districts, and townships
the amounts due the same from the Commonwealth, and derived under this act, upon due
application therefor made by the treasurers or township supervisors of the said counties,
school districts and townships.
(2) Eighty cents per acre of the charge imposed under section 1 1 shall be paid by the State Treasurer to the several counties, school districts and
townships from the State Gaming Fund established and collected under 4 Pa.C.S. § 1403 (relating to establishment of State Gaming Fund and net slot machine revenue distribution)
for each acre of land owned by the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
on behalf of the Commonwealth and for each acre of land owned by the Pennsylvania
Game Commission and the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission when funds are available
in the State Gaming Fund.
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